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For me the thing that solved this issue was: in Windows Services find service "Bluetooth support" and make sure it is in "Auto" launch mode and is started by "System" (first option without a textbox to enter user name). Source: Microsoft support


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The following steps, very easy but found a bit around in the web, worked perfectly. Uninstall the McAfee Security Scan Plus from my computer; Restarting the computer. I found a similar answer here, and it was actually the one giving me the solution. But the OP forgot to add the application he uninstalled, and probably it was not even the same. So, ...


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There are a few ways to do this: Go to Desktop. Click on the Network icon in the tray: On the Networks panel, pick one of these to disconnect: a. Turn on Airplane Mode. b. Turn off Wi-Fi. c. Select yet another network, and choose whether you will Connect automatically in the future. Any of these choices should still keep the system password after ...


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I have found that this issue to be caused when DropBox couldn't connect to the Internet. It seems to happen when it loses Internet connection or tries to connect to a new WiFi network. After that event, even if Internet access is restored, DropBox will no longer connect. I fixed this by turning off stealth-blocking ports on my firewall, after which DropBox ...


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On Chrome I use an addon called Auto Refresh Plus. It allows you to set the details of time delays and such. Works great!


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Generally, if Windows suddenly slows down, there will be one of 2 main reasons. Either you have a disk error that the system is trying to work around or you have malware installed. Start by checking your browsers to see if any unwanted addins are present. Next, look in Task Manager to see if there are any processes or services running that you don't ...


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Contact your VPS provider who'll be able to restore the connection. They may charge you for this, though, because it's user error.


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Solution: Go to Services > Bluetooth Support Service > change "Log on as": to "This account". For USERNAME, write "Local Service" (without the quotes). The password that you can't read shows some encrypted password that you can't (and don't need to) change. Restart the processes, and the rest will now work! The Bluetooth icon with the Red Cross will ...


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i've had these things before...... and even now. Tried every trick in the book. Best way (how drastic it may seem) was a complete recovery or factory reset. as long as the hardware doesn't fail, it will work!. Before that, it helps to try a wifi adapter or other cable, but in my exeperience it's not worth the effort. Windows simply has an issue with these ...



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